Psychology for Social Work 202 (SCWK2005)
UNIT OF STUDY
The unit of study focuses on psychological theories and research associated with mental health and several contemporary issues of particular relevance to the practice of social work. Strategies are introduced to assist in an understanding of the complex factors involved in experiences of child abuse, domestic violence, suicide awareness and prevention, drug and alcohol addiction, gambling, living with mental illness, and grief.
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2x1-hr lectures/wk and 1x1-hr tutorial/wk
1400wd tutorial reflection paper (30%) and 2-hr exam (55%) and tutorial participation (15%)
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Prerequisites and assumed knowledge
48 credit points
PSYC2014, PSYC2011, PSYC2114, PSYC2012, PSYC2013, PSYC2113, PSYC2111, PSYC2112
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